Manuver Mendelsohn sebagai terapi rehabilitasi pasien disfagia post-stroke

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Title Manuver Mendelsohn sebagai terapi rehabilitasi pasien disfagia post-stroke
 
Creator Insani, Nurul Fitri
 
Subject Dysphagia; Maneuver; Mendelsohn; Post-Stroke
 
Description Dysphagia can occur in geriatric patients and is found in post-stroke patients. Dysphagia is a swallowing disorder that can cause dehydration and disruption of daily activities. PSD is thought to be due to damage to the cortex and subcortical structures. After hospitalization, patients are expected to perform daily activities independently. The rehabilitative therapy that can be performed for post-stroke dysphagia patients is the Mendelsohn maneuver. The patient is asked to swallow food as usual, and when the food reaches the laryng, hold it up for 2-3 seconds with the throat muscles before finishing swallowing. Several studies have shown that there is an increased function in swallowing and a reduction in the incidence of aspiration.
 
Publisher Universitas Aisyah Pringsewu (UAP) Lampung
 
Contributor Universitas Lampung
 
Date 2020-02-09
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://wellness.journalpress.id/wellness/article/view/21019
 
Source Wellness And Healthy Magazine; Vol 2, No 1 (2020): February; 135 - 140
2656-0062
2655-9951
10.30604/j.whm.2020
 
Language eng
 
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